Mexico lies just a one hour drive south of Tucson. Nogales in Sonora might not offer the beauty and charm of other Mexican ... More
Mexico lies just a one hour drive south of Tucson. Nogales in Sonora might not offer the beauty and charm of other Mexican cities, but it certainly has plenty of opportunities for souvenir shopping and Mexican lunches. It's a frontier town, mirrored by another Nogales on the Arizona side of the border. If you just want to explore the town without venturing further into Mexico, you won't even need a passport, leave your car in a daytime parking lot on the US side,and just walk across the border. Most of the prime shopping is centered around Avenida Obregon. The best bargains are in folk art, ceramics, leather goods and hand-blown glass, but be aware that you'll be expected to dicker, which can usually be done in English.
I highly recommend the authentic sonoran cuisine that is extremely delicious ...try the shrimp La roca it is fabulous also the service, the music, the atmosphere everything absolutely the best and not to be missed, definetly worth the trip. Then shop at el changarro directly below the restaurant. very unique and beautiful folk art and furniture.
They got womans that are so beutifull that i dint wanna live the town. There is all this kind of places you could go at nigth. it is easy to find homies there cause they all cool.I wouldnt recomend this town to young guys tough cuz it is dangarous if you r not carefull.
Welcome to El Dorado Inn Suites Nogales, Arizona. Located south of the Tucson International Airport and just minutes away from
the Mexican border, where you will find great shopping, authentic Mexican cuisine, and plenty of cultural experiences. Whether you ...
As Nogales' premier lodging destination, Frida's Inn offers a warm ambiance and beautifully appointed rooms. Your stay includes complimentary in
room snacks and beverages for you to enjoy in comfort. You also get use of a complimentary guest computer ...
This grassy valley, just north of the Mexican border around Bobaquivari Peak (sacred mountain of the Tohono O'odham people), is
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